Colorado man’s ‘spaceship’ set for solar eclipse and beyond

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Colorado man’s ‘spaceship’ set for solar eclipse and beyond

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Agnes Busch, 90, the former owner of the 1976 GMC recreational vehicle that was converted into the Mobile Earth & Space Observatory, watches as people tour the mobile observatory outside the MESO office in Colorado Springs. A team from the Pikes Peak Observatory that will drive it to Nebraska to participate in the Citizen CATE project that will document the solar eclipse on Monday.
Dimitri Klebe, the president of Pikes Peak Observatory, explains how the Mobile Earth & Space Observatory works outside the MESO office in Colorado Springs. Klebe will be part of a team that will drive the mobile observatory to Nebraska to participate in the Citizen CATE project that will document the solar eclipse on Monday.

Colorado man’s ‘spaceship’ set for solar eclipse and beyond

Agnes Busch, 90, the former owner of the 1976 GMC recreational vehicle that was converted into the Mobile Earth & Space Observatory, watches as people tour the mobile observatory outside the MESO office in Colorado Springs. A team from the Pikes Peak Observatory that will drive it to Nebraska to participate in the Citizen CATE project that will document the solar eclipse on Monday.
Dimitri Klebe, the president of Pikes Peak Observatory, explains how the Mobile Earth & Space Observatory works outside the MESO office in Colorado Springs. Klebe will be part of a team that will drive the mobile observatory to Nebraska to participate in the Citizen CATE project that will document the solar eclipse on Monday.
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